If you’re looking to prepare for your Medical Interview at your own pace, this course is perfect for you. You are taught vital techniques and strategies to answer commonly asked interview questions. All videos are filmed by Oxbridge Graduate Doctors. You also get unlimited access to a dedicated medical tutor until your interview.
The course outline focuses on key areas and includes 6 hours of videos, 2 full eBooks and unlimited ongoing tutor support.
The Medical Interview Online Course
Unparalleled Resources with Expert Tutors
Online lectures that you can watch and re-watch to learn key strategies + concepts
Includes Oxbridge & MMI Style Questions
Access to your expert tutor till the day of your interview so you’re never alone or stuck
Learn from the comfort of your home at a pace that suits you
The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide is a 300+ page book with first hand advice from expert tutors and over 150 past interview questions
Medical Ethics & Situation Based Questions included
6 hours of Videos, 2 eBooks & Unlimited Tutor Support
2 Medical Acronyms Part I
3 Medical Acronyms Part II
4 Training Pathways
5 NHS Scandals
6 Junior Doctor Contract
7 Work Experience
8 Work Experience Questions Part I
9 Work Experience Questions Part II
10 Why Medicine?
11 Why this University?
12 Your Strengths
13 Your Weaknesses
14 Situational Questions
15 Extra Reading Part I
16 Extra Reading Part II
17 Medical Ethics
18 Practicing Ethics Principles Part I
19 Practicing Ethics Principles Part II
20 Practicing Ethics Principles Part III
22 Mental Capacity
24 Standard Interview Example 1
25 Standard Interview Example 2
26 Oxbridge Interview Example 1
27 Oxbridge Interview Example 2
28 Panel Mock Interview
29 Multiple Mini Interviews
30 Breaking Bad News
32 Critical Consultation Appraisal
33 Unfamiliar Material Part I
34 Unfamiliar Material Part II
35 Calculation Questions
36 Estimation Questions
37 Science Based Questions
38 Interview Skills Part I
39 Interview Skills Part II
2 Full eBooks
The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide is packed with 150 commonly asked questions and full model answers.
2 Full eBooks
The Ultimate Oxbridge Interview Guide contains 900 examples of previously asked Oxbridge Interview Questions.
“I can’t thank you enough – the videos were so detailed yet concise and to the point – especially the ones on medical ethics.”
Offers from Cambridge, UCL and Imperial
“I was really worried about my Oxford interview given that they can be so scientific. Your Online course was fantastic – gave me a very good idea of what to expect (and I even got asked one of the science questions that you explain in the oxbridge mock interview video!”
Offers from UCL, Imperial and Oxford
“I really can’t reccomend this course enough – its basically the only preparation I did (watched every video twice and read the books) and I walked away with 4 offers.”
Offers from Cardiff, Sheffield, Barts and Southampton
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Offers from Birmingham, Hull, Edinburgh and Manchester
``What materials and resources do you provide?``
Everyone who signs up to the Medical Interview online course gets our Ultimate Oxbridge Interview Guide ebook AND Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide ebook. In addition you also get access to over 40 videos to watch over and over again, covering all aspects of interviews. And finally, you will have unlimited email access to our tutors until your interview.
``When can I get started?``
You can start as soon as you checkout. You’ll be automatically emailed all the resources and can start studying with the online lectures straightaway.
``What if I need more help?``
Throughout the course, you’ll get access to a dedicated Interviews tutor who will be responsible for answering all your questions. If you ever get stuck, they’ll be able to help you.
``How long will it take me to go through the course?``
Most people are able to go through the course in two weeks. You can obviously do it quicker but it’s important to not rush it – take your time and make use of all the available resources to ensure you get the best possible mark.